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Murder Your Gods / Press

“The shape of music on the disc, as noted, is surprisingly well varied and I have zero doubt whatsoever that the band would harvest relevant, immediate public success and widespread attention - imagine the usefulness of covert success - if to deliver this stimuli in a live environment.”

“With a dramatic song intro promptly plunging me into MYG’s complete heaviness, I could also not help but relish the rich mixture of heavy metal elements baked into this single track. Upon a first listen, there are hints of chaos that makes one hope that some sense of rhythm would resume rather quickly. But as such a thought leaves the mind, talent resumes.”

“More importantly, the mix of influences and styles into something coherent is a testament to what the band is capable of. That’s what’s good.”

“Punted as thrash and groove metal, expect a healthy dose of great gallops, breakdowns and solos from the guitars – but more importantly, there’s a certain level of 80s influence present in the vocals. I wouldn’t say all of the vocals, as there’s no single style across this production. From cleaner, bratty-sounding outbursts reminiscent of 80s hardcore punk to more guttural vocal drawls, they do phase in and out well.”

“Metal has got to be the most A-D-D music on the planet. Crash, slam, fast, slow, throaty howls, speed it up, slow it down, drums, drums, crash, anger, love, guitar solo, do it again. But that's what makes it so interesting and successful. Murder Your Gods, recently voted "Best Metal Band" and "Fan Pick" at the Olympia Music Awards, has that gift.”

“I find myself in a quite pleasant position right now, because there is nothing to me to whine about like a little bitch in pink latex lingerie, as this squad keeps the form I hoped they would all the way to the very end of the release.”